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Putting HTTP server on DMZ

I have a U-Verse NVG589 modem/wireless router.  I want to put an HTTP server on my DMZ so it is accessable from the internet.  What setting need to be made in the firewall?  I had this working at my last address but unfortunately, I had to change modems and can't find the instructions I used to make

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Web server behind NVG589

I just had my router swapped out by ATT and am having trouble accessing my web server from inside the LAN. I set up my DNS A records to point to the router's IPV4 address and set the firewall NAT to send port 80 to my server. I can access my web pages from the WAN but from inside the LAN access time

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I cannot access non HTTPS pages on my ATT Nighthawk Hotspot Router => I am getting a weird redirect

I cannot access non HTTPS pages on my ATT Nighthawk Hotspot Router => I am getting a weird redirect error every time. http://redirect.ac.sl.attcompute.com/cgi-bin/redirect.cgi?msg=2 This error is very consistent for all older HTTP (unsecured) pages that I try to access. Thanks so much for the help !

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Port 443 Forwarding for HTTPS Denied

I have been running a web server off of port 80 behind my 3801hgv router for some time now. Today I tried to forward port 443 to the web server so that I can use my SSL Certificate for HTTPS. When I forwarded the port, I received the error "443 conflicts with connectToCiscoAP" and the configuration

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Cannot get my website out to the internet on my Uverse connection

I have a small computer on my home LAN that I use to host pages to the internet.  I recently switched to Uverse and set up my Uverse supplied modem/router to host this computer to the internet.  I went into the firewall settings at the Uverse modem/router web page, 192.168.1.254, to pass HTTP reques

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Are any inbound ports blocked?

I want to run a personal web server and email server. I read some old posts that indicate that ATT&T blocks some inbound ports including ports 25 and 80.  Any truth to this? (I have a residential fiber account and 5268AC gateway).

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Closing Port 80

The following is what the tech said from our credit card processing:  "Your scan results show a host of vulnerabilities on port 80. If you close Port 80 then it is likely that upon a rescan you will pass. That would be the easiest route. Your internet service provider may be able to assist you with

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